"Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics, I assure you that mine are greater." Einstein, Albert (1879-1955). If you are not Einstein, or are actually having difficulties with mathematics, let this website help. The page contains a wealth of online math resources. Some of these include: b more

Programs for students about to start first and second year courses in Mathematics. Students can test themselves to see whether they are ready for intermediate algebra, college algebra, business calculus, calculus I, II, or III, or ordinary differential equations.

Plexagon is a new modular geometry based on the radial pleating of polygonal plates, and their joining or co-bracing into 3D modules. This engineering approach can form a very practical basis for modular greenhouses (using recycled plastic sheeting) and modular homes (using fibrous and metal sheetin more

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Created solely by author Frank Potter, this site is a large collection that provides web links to physical science curriculum materials for grades K-16 which are categorized by grade level and subject. Some of these subjects consist of: measurement, mechanics, energy, waves, thermodynamics, electrom more

The Ejs Simple Harmonic Oscillator model displays the dynamics of a ball attached to an ideal spring. The spring is initially stretched and the ball has zero initial velocity. The initial position of the ball can be changed by click-dragging the ball when the simulation is paused. You can modify thi more

This EJS based applet simulates a micrometer. The user can perform all measurements that are typically done with a micrometer. The simulation is embedded in a forum for teachers and is therefore supplemented by various useful comments and links to similar simulations.

This applet demonstrates the working of a refracting astronomical telescope. The telescope has two lenses called objective and eyepiece. The focal length of the two lensees can be changed by the user. As an example six brightest stars of the Pleiades, is viewed through the telescope and the reslutin more

Question Let's imagine a scale model of the Earth, and let's imagine that the Earth is the size of a basketball. Suppose that you wanted to build the Himalayas to scale on the surface of the basketball. How tall would you make your scale mountains?